borrowing from grandma and boyfriends

We’ve been having some glorious cooler weather. It’s been overcast until late morning and when the suns comes out it warms to about 75*. It feels more like fall or winter than summer! It’s nice to layer on a cardigan in the morning and evening.

I found this cardigan at our local Goodwill bins.It’s basically a first stop for donations–and if you’re willing to dig through boxes and bins before items go to local stores, you can find some amazing deals! I imagine my grandma had a sweater like this back in her younger days. The boyfriend jeans are from Banana Republic {not actually from a boyfriend ha!}. Worn-in, broken-in jeans are the best.

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Outfit details: Vintage sweater, thrifted {similar here and here}. Boyfriend jeans, Banana Republic. Tank, Old Navy {similar here.} Lace-up sandals, Amazon. Bag, Local consignment boutique. Rings, cuff, My shop.


  1. Hello YOU! I’m glad you dig through the Goodwill bins. I’m glad that you have great memories of your grandmother. I’m glad that you have wonderful children and a fantastic husband with whom you can share your life and have somebody to look over as well as someone to look over you. But mostly, I am so incredibly thankful that you are willing to share your talents and your thoughts in your artistic way through your jewelry. I think that there is definitely great Beauty in the pieces alone. However, the meaning that you put behind it, makes it so much more meaningful. It is as though you are sharing a part of your soul with the world. And I honestly cannot think of a greater gift you could give to the world then that of your soul.

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